Writing my previous post about our little jaunt to Wells, it struck me that you have heard a very similar story here, more than once before!
And I think each of my favourite possessions and collectables have been featured on my blog at least twice on various occasions over the years.
You see I spend so much of my time in my workroom concentrating on my latest project, that there really is very little else to report! (And you really wouldn't want to hear about the housework that was done this morning!)
Apart from the emails that I receive each day, I am somewhat isolated from the outside world and I am sure that many of my blog readers lead far more exciting lives than mine!
A recent email from a lovely lady in the USA asked me what I intended to do with the wax doll that I'd just purchased. She wanted to know if I was maybe going to give her a make-over. To be truthful, as I am usually sewing items for my website, I have very little time to spare to make things for myself. The wax dolls are becoming quite rare now (in good condition), so I choose to display them in their original state amongst other vintage finds, in a couple of glazed cabinets.
I love their beautiful, slightly snooty faces - and they seem quite happy to lounge amongst other vintage pretties.
Anyway, this simple little blog post was just to thank all of those who read my blog, those who are kind enough to leave me comments, and for your continued interest in my very ordinary little world!
These are for you - the garden flowers on my windowsill today are: Kerria Japonica blooms!
Have a great day!